By M.J. Naparsteck, College at Brockport former faculty member.
struggled to decide, first, if he was willing to go, and then, once there, how he would participate in it. War Song is a psychological study of one solider that parallels America's wrenching experience with the most unpopular war in its history. "--Back cover
War Song is a lost classic that is finally back in print. No writer has dealt more honestly with the tragedy of the Viet Nam War and its impact on the Vietnamese people. En is that rarity, a well-developed Vietnamese character." --David Willson, co-editor of Vietnam War Literature: An Annotated Bibliography, February 2000
San Jose : toExel, c2000, c1980.
206 pages : 21 cm.
Originally published: New York City, N.Y. : Leisure Books, ©1980.
Naparsteck, M.J. (Martin John), "War Song" (2000). Brockport Bookshelf. 384.